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Integrated Optimization of Arrival, Departure, and Surface Operations

Abstract : Airports and surrounding airspaces are limited in terms of capacity and represent the major bottleneck in the air traffic management system. This paper proposes a two-level model to tackle the integrated optimization problem of arrival, departure, and surface operations. The macroscopic level considers the terminal airspace management for arrivals and departures and airport capacity management, while the microscopic level optimizes surface operations and departure runway scheduling. An adapted simulated annealing heuristic combined with a time decomposition approach is proposed to solve the corresponding problem. Computational experiments performed on real-world case studies of Paris Charles De-Gaulle airport, show the benefits of this integrated approach.
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Ji Ma, Daniel Delahaye, Mohammed Sbihi, Paolo Maria Scala. Integrated Optimization of Arrival, Departure, and Surface Operations. ICRAT 2018, 8th International Conference for Research in Air Transportation, Jun 2018, Barcelone, Spain. ⟨hal-01823188⟩



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